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Late August I have decided not to renew my insurance because my maturity date on my loan was coming up on 9/20. I was preparing to sell my vehicle because during the five year period I was granted several extensions which differed a total amount of $6500. Total payoff as of 9/17/2012 was $7200 included late fees. I sold the car as of 9/17/2012 agreed upon $10500 with third party. The check was written out to my financial company in which I was instructed that once they received the check they would minus my payoff and send the title to me with the remainder . the buyer and I agreed upon that once I received title back from the financial that then I would release the vehicle with title to buyer. The condition is written under the bill of sale and release of liab dated 9/17/2012 continue>>>As of 9/19/2012 I was involved in a accident in a shopping mall where the other party is at fault. I made a claim already and the other parties insurance company which is some truck exchange company claimed 100% liability. In addition to the property damage in which they paid already my medical bills are coming out to 7500 and a loss of income to 8000. So far injury consists of a herniated disk and my injury will not improve so they will consider me to be perm disabled. I do understand that they will pay for any economic bills but as for trying to collect on non economic injuries would I fall under prop 213 with my current situation.
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